Patches (that will fit perfectly on that jacket!) are being made as we speak (yeah I know I might have said that before but this time it's actually true! )
Nice work izzie
“Well," said Pooh, "what I like best," and then he had to stop and think.
Because although Eating Honey was a very good thing to do, there
was a moment just before you began to eat it which was better than
when you were, but he didn't know what it was called.”
― A.A. Milne, Winnie-the-Pooh...
Cool man! Just wonderin'.. how "custom" does it have to be to be called custom?
I mean, I cut most of my shirts in different ways, I tear all my jeans a little extra and add stuff to most of my clothes but I don't think it's as custom as yer jacket. So I'm not that sure if I should upload it or not.
argh jealous haha. my stuff is so poor compared to that. I bought that leather jacket a while ago to cover it with studs but now my boyfriend wears it and it's a little too big for me anyways.Otherwise same question as JB, although I'd like too say I love seeing thtat kind of things so I don't really care how little it's customized as long as it is improved at all ^^
I'm actually thinking about getting another leather jacket but keeping it plain. Studding is such a pain in the ass, especially with leather and especially without the right tools. For those interested, crustpunks.com is selling this stud setting tool which is supposed to make it a lot easier, though i've never tried it before.
it is a pain yes We used to stud belts with a hole-pincher and the using a hammer to close them and it worked pretty well. but even with the right tools its still exhausting to make sonething like... uhm this:
But I want something like that SO bad. and yes I am aware of how heavy that gets.
Well all i can say is good luck with that. At least when it's done you'll be proud to wear it.
The only other option would be to buy a second hand one already customized, or pay over $6,000 US for one of these...